Boko Haram killed 600 teachers, displaced 19,000  – NUT

No fewer than 600 teachers have been killed and 19,000 others displaced since terror sect, Boko Haram, began its violence campaign in the North-East, the Nigeria Union of Teachers said on Monday. The President of NUT, Michael Alogba, stated this in Abuja during the commemoration of this year’s World Teachers Day,

World Teachers Day – We Will Improve The Standard Of Teaching – Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has hailed the commitment of teachers in Nigeria over their commitment and efforts in contributing to the country’s educational sector, while adding that his administration will improve the standard of teaching.  The president made the statement at the World Teachers’ Day celebration in Abuja today, October 5,

World Bank projects SSA’s growth to slow to 3.7%

Sub-Saharan Africa will see its economic growth slow to a six-year low of 3.7 percent, on account of drops in oil prices and other commodities, and worsened by weak global conditions, the World Bank projects in its latest economic report.

2016 Budget will include new policies to boost economic diversification- Buhari

The 2016 National Budget will include fresh policies and measures to encourage the rapid diversification of the Nigerian economy away from its current over-dependence on the oil and gas sector, President Muhammadu Buhari disclosed Monday in Abuja. He also assured that under his watch, Nigeria will not fall short of

50 groups to monitor Kogi, Bayelsa gov polls – INEC

The Independent National Electoral Commission has approved 50 groups to observe the forthcoming Kogi and Bayelsa governorship elections. The elections are scheduled for Saturday, November 21 and Saturday December 5, 2015 respectively. A letter signed by the Director of Elections and Party Monitoring Department, Mr Bala Shittu, indicated that 43 out of the

MUSIC: Rozzady – Iro Nla

  Finally KingsmanNation decides to present Rozzady’s much anticipated single #IRO_NLA produced by a talented producer called Vynchie and mixed and mastered by Geofficial mix.

Pistorius to stay in jail as parole decision delayed

Oscar Pistorius will stay in jail after a decision to grant him parole was again delayed Monday, his lawyer told AFP, in a long battle over whether he should be released early from a prison sentence for killing his girlfriend. The post Pistorius to stay in jail as parole decision

Cameron Diaz: Actress’ husband steps out with new head tattoo

The actress stepped out with her hubby, Benji Madden for a date night in West Hollywood on September 29 but there was something on his bald head that caught all the attention. If you thought Chris Brown's head tattoos were awkward, then wait till you see Cameron Diaz's husband's.

2015 AfricaBeta event in 3 slides and 1 Tweet

Saturday was a heck of a day. It was the first AfricaBeta conference and if we can say so ourselves, it was pretty lit, thanks to this year’s sponsor, WeChat and our other partners.

Tackling Insurgency Requires An Holistic Approach – Ijide

A Psychologist believes an holistic approach would be more productive as Nigeria battles to resolve its security challenges.Speaking on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily on Monday, Industrial Organisational Psychologist, (Rtd) Colonel Wilson Ijide, said that Nigeria still needs to better understand the true nature of the Boko Haram insurgency.

PHOTOS, VIDEO: Boy Miraculously Survives After Being Decapitated In Car Crash

A 16-month-old boy miraculously survived after he had been decapitated in a near-death car accident in Maronbah, Queensland, Australia. Jackson Taylor was travelling with his mother and elder sister when their car smashed into an another vehicle at 70mph.

Shell commences production from Bonga Phase 3 project

Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company Ltd has announced the start-up of production from the Bonga Phase 3 project. This was contained in a statement issued and signed by Mr Precious Okolobo, the Corporate Media Relations Manager and made available to the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos on Monday.

How I Almost Lost My Leg In Nyanya Bomb Blast – Survivor

A woman, Joy Fidelis, who sells food at the Nyanya night market, has told that she thought she had lost her leg in the bomb blast that happened in Nyanya area of Abuja on Friday, October 2.